Cannabis Regs: Mass. Floats Sweeping Update To Rules

Law360 (July 20, 2020, 8:41 PM EDT) -- Massachusetts pot regulators approved a sweeping set of draft rules Monday that would include greater powers for their executive director and a new process for insolvencies, while Washington recently scrapped an effort to address so-called license squatting. Here, Law360 takes stock of these and other developments in cannabis regulations.

Mass. Floats New Powers for Regulatory Chief

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission on Monday approved draft regulations that would allow its executive director to grant certain approvals without a full vote, codify receiverships for insolvent companies and loosen restrictions on delivery licenses, among other things.

The regulations are now headed for a...

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